Al Akusur (LUXOR) its name diverted from the Arabic word Palace.
The city of Luxor is located 280KM south of Hurghada and its name comes from the Arabic word Palace due to that much temples the city house.
The itinerary includes:
The massive karnak complex temples.
The valley of the kings (three tombs are included).
The two Memnon colossi.
Lunch on the Nile River.
You will be picked up from your hotel and brought to the ancient city of Thebes on the east bank of the Nile river where you will start discovering the pharaonic legacy by visiting the biggest temple on the world, the Karnak complex temples. After Karnak temples you will have lundh some time to relax and cruising the Nile. Next, you will cross the Nile by a small motor boat and continue to the Valley of the kings where you will visit three royal tombs. Your next stop will be at the alabaster workshop where you will see how marble souvenirs are being crafted. At the end you will make one final stop at the impressive Colossi of Memnon, the last remnants of the Temple of Amenophis III. After all the unforgettable impressions of the impulsive sights, you will be brought back to your hotel.
Some useful tips:
All sites entrance fees are included.
Air conditioned vehicle with English speaking tour guide.
Meeting point is by the hotel entrance.
Be reminded to book your wake up call, breakfast box and late dinner reservation through your hotel reception a day before your excursion date.
Bring along with you: passport, suncream, sunglass, cash, camera, water, hat and comfortable shoes.
Excludes the entrance fees of Tut Ankh Amoun, Set I, Ramses V tombs.
Drinks within your lunch meal are excluded.
All rights are reserved to change any of the excursion terms.